When I returned to the house, I found Aunt Lea sitting at the kitchen table, reading a book. The kitchen smelt wonderful, in fact I had smelt it before I mounted the verandah. Tina was sniffing away to, despite her already full stomach. “Aunt Lea, Why are you a vegetarian?” I asked. She thought for […]Read more "Moondance (Part Three)"
It was kicking on to evening here, just after six, as Aunt Lea was preparing lasagna for me, I’d never tried anything so exotic, we always had the standard English fare at our place, so I was looking forward to it. He had bought a dish of Chicken Momo for us, A sort of steamed […]Read more "Moondance (Part Two)"
Sleepy half remembered thoughts of being carried and moved around by people I trusted was one of the great joys of my childhood. I had people around me who cared for me as though I was some rare and exotic wild creature. In this I was entirely lucky. I supposed that at some point things […]Read more "Moondance"
Things get vague over the years, we put them aside and carry on until something forces us to remember the remaining fragments. I had written that I had no idea why I had passed out, but last night while going about my business, I remembered. Aunt Lea was the one in shock, not me, yet […]Read more "Nothing Too Serious"
There were faces looking down at me, I was confined somewhere with a low roof, and I had a blanket wrapped around me, I was frightened. “He’s coming around” said The Doctor. Lea was beside me, We were laying in the back of Jenny’s car “It’s alright” she whispered. “How did I get here?” I […]Read more "Right Back Where We Started From"
So there i stood at the gate with Aunt Lea, her hand on my shoulder, Dave with his arm around Aunt Lea, watching the Hillman reach the end of the road, and turn off. At the time it seemed so easy, I’d be left with Aunty Lea for a holiday and My Parents would go […]Read more "Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head – Part Three."
Mum and Aunt Lea stood together inside the kitchen, and ushered me into the small bedroom which would be mine for the week, they had come to a decision though were both worried. Lea wasn’t the kind to have misgivings about things that might happen, after all what was the point? She felt that she […]Read more "Raindrops keep fallin’ on my Head – Part Two."